Lucky number 13? Like something out of a Greek epic, the Athenas “Apollo-gized” to no one and sprinted across the finish line last weekend, “Zeus-staining” their winning streak. On Saturday, Oct. 28, the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (CMS) women’s cross-country team earned their thirteenth straight SCIAC championship title, and finished with six runners in the top 10.
Hens on a warpath; The Occidental Tigers look more like house cats in a 3-1 sweep. Ever since the hard loss to CMS in the Sixth Street Rivalry, P-P has rallied, tallying up five straight wins and making a run for contention in conference.
Kingsmen tried to rein, but the Sagehens had other ideas. The Pomona-Pitzer (P-P) men’s water polo team took Cal Lutheran for a watery ride on Oct 7, sinking the Kingsmen’s dreams of victory with a decisive 15-9 victory.
Dominating through the decades; This Stag sweep marks the nineteenth consecutive sixth-street loss for the sagehens volleyball team history. With five consecutive SCIAC section championships, a cast of killers, and zero sets dropped in league play so far this season, the Athenas are flawless. The Sagehens made it competitive, but they couldn’t stand with the champs.